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  • Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD) is a highly infectious viral disease that can affect both domestic and wild rabbits. Although the disease affects only rabbits, transmission may  occur by direct contact between infected animals, carcasses, urine, faeces, respiratory secretions, and hair. More information on VHD can be found by following link
  • Il-Viral Hemorrhagic Disease hija marda tal-fniek kontaġġuża, ikkawżat minn virus. Il- VHD ġeneralment tikawża mewt rapidu u f’daqqa, bi ftit twissija. Għal aktar kjarifika jew informazzjoni ara dan l artiklu​, jekk  issib fniek mejtin kemm domestici kif ukoll slavag, jekk jogħġbok ikkuntattja s-sezzjoni tas-Saħħa tal-Annimali fuq: 22925232 22925195 22925202​
  • Equine Herpes Virus Guidelines and Conditions​ EN | MT​
  • Coronavirus FAQ's in relation to animals.        EN ​| MT​



MISSION STATEMENT​​​

 

The Veterinary Regulation Directorate Mission is to make sure that all stakeholders under its remit satisfy the requirements of animal health, welfare, feed and food law which are relevant to their activities and that official controls are carried out to verify compliance of these stakeholders on the basis of planned schedules and following consolidated instructions or guidelines given to staff.​